Translation of sheepskin in Spanish:


piel de borrego, n.

Pronunciation /ˈʃipˌskɪn//ˈʃiːpskɪn/


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    • 1.1(skin)

      piel de borrego feminine
      piel de cordero feminine
      corderito masculine River Plate
      sheepskin-lined gloves guantes forrados de piel de borrego / de cordero masculine
      • In several he looked like a 1970s football manager in his white panama hat and a sheepskin coat.
      • There was none of the vintage denim, leather or sheepskin which have popular throughout the week, but Hamilton's collection offers feminine, wearable and desirable clothes in gorgeous colours.
      • Faux fur is everywhere for autumn, nestling comfortably alongside leather, suede and sheepskin on the rails.
      • Shrouded in a sheet of transparent plastic to keep off the wind and trap the warmth of his breath, he sat on his wooden tackle box wrapped in furs and sheepskin as the temperature hovered around minus 15C.
      • The seats were of the finest wine coloured leather, and the carpet was well-groomed sheepskin, shampooed to perfection.
      • Wool is particularly apt to pick up smells; if you sleep with your baby's sheepskin for a few nights, it captures much of your smell.
      • Touchy-feely fabrics such as fur, sheepskin, suede, crushed velvet and silk will dominate, in deep colours reflecting their opulent nature - aubergines, olives, purples and chocolates.
      • We wore heavy sheepskin flying gear with face masks.
      • The blankets on her bed were made out of downy, white sheepskin, but the eleven-year-old girl still felt how the covers did not feel like the silky, rich fabric from her home.
      • Besides which, she concedes, because of the damp climate, sheepskin wouldn't be very practical here.
      • Place your baby on a firm mattress to sleep, never on a pillow, waterbed, sheepskin, or other soft surface.
      • The finishing of the leather began with applications of traditionally Cod oil being applied and rubbed in with a thick wad of sheepskin.
      • There are many wolves in sheepskin whose mission is to hoodwink the people at every turn with sugar-coated good-for-nothing promises.
      • True, they get pretty chilly if the fire goes out, but wrapped in a double duvet and lying on your own personal sheepskin, you'll be impervious to the cold.
      • Heeled clogs were lined with sheepskin while knee-high boots with a six-inch wooden heel were patterned with metal studs.
      • White, cream and wintry pale beige hues in conjunction with sheepskin, polar skin, shaggy furs and plenty of quilts conjure up polar expedition gear.
      • Then use a wash mitt (which has the texture of sheepskin and costs about £5 from car accessory stores).
      • For example, sheepskin keeps a steady temperature in the cold and heat alike, making it ideal for most climates.
      • The crib should be empty, with no blankets, pillows, soft materials, stuffed toys, sheepskin, or comforters.
      • They wore matching ‘bomber’ style jackets and black sheepskin pants.

    • 1.2(garment)

      abrigo de piel de borrego masculine
      abrigo de piel de cordero masculine
      gamulán masculine River Plate trademark

  • 2US informal, humorous

    diploma masculine
    cartón masculine informal